MCLife Phoenix, UnCommon Markets celebrate local artists, businesses

MCLife Phoenix has partnered with UnCommon Markets to bring both companies into the social life of the city.


UnCommon Markets

MCLife Phoenix has partnered with UnCommon Markets to bring both companies into the social life of the city.

In March, they teamed up to bring a celebration to the community at Salt River Fields, supported by Street Eats Food Truck Festival and The Phoenix New Times, according to a press release.

The connection between MCLife Phoenix and UnCommon Markets began in Tucson and was cultivated by Joshua Selph, who said the FoodinRoot Farmer’s Market in Tucson started a bigger collaboration for the companies.

“The MCLife brand is very active in all of our market regions,” Selph said in a media release. “FoodinRoot opened the door for us to build great relationships with other organizations in the state like UnCommon Markets. Combining the market with the Street Eats Food Truck Festival was a big opportunity to connect with our residents, fans and valley residents.”

UnCommon Markets that brings the community together to celebrate local artists and businesses in a market setting, according to the release. It often has art and foods from local venders, as well as live entertainment.

MCLife is the apartment branch of MC Companies. It has been trying to create a new community amongst residents and has locations in Phoenix, Tucson, Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Tulsa, according to the release.

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